diagnose digital | Der E-Health Podcast
Ob E-Rezept, KI in der Klinik oder Apps, die der Arzt verschreiben kann: Gina Steffens und Peter Glück wollen, dass Sie Bescheid wissen beim Thema E-Health. Deswegen reist Gina für Sie quer durch Deutschland – dorthin, wo digitale Gesundheitsthemen bereits eine Rolle spielen.
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